From 1985 to 1998, Chris Eubank, an Orthodox fighter with a gentle voice and a penchant for formal interviews, competed.
During his prime in the early 1990s, he won the WBO middleweight and super-middleweight championships. His contests with Michael Watson and Nigel Benn are now regarded as British classics, which contributed to the UK’s continued popularity of boxing. In his professional boxing career, he had 45 wins, 5 losses, and 2 draws. He retired in 1998.
Due to his outspoken behavior outside of the ring, Eubank won over media audiences and became a fan favorite. He was named the “Best Dressed Male” in the Menswear Association of Great Britain’s 1991 and 1993 lists thanks to his affluent voice, sharp clothes, and distinctive monocle. He came in second place to Bjork in a 2006 BBC News poll for most weird person.
Eubank’s presence in the inaugural season of Celebrity Big Brother, though, may be remembered by many. They may also recall him sitting there doing nothing and asking a displeased Vannessa Feltz for a cup of tea. This video has been broadcast numerous times. That he was the first celebrity to be ousted from the contest shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Chris is currently a contestant on the television program Celebrity Masterchef.
Chris Eubank Wife
Chris Eubank’s third wife, who is unnamed and hasn’t yet been seen in front of the camera, is his wife.
Eubank has a lengthy history of unions and separations. Karron, his first wife, with whom he was married for 15 years between 1990 and 2005, filed for divorce. They had four children together, which was a blessing.
After his divorce, Chris was declared bankrupt four years later. He owing the government £1.3 million in outstanding taxes at the time. However, he rapidly changed for the better and wed his manager Claire Geary in 2014. They too separated, though, in 2017.
Naturally, Chris was used to dealing with difficult circumstances by that point. In 1992, Chris was involved in an extremely serious accident that claimed the life of a construction worker while he was traveling between London and Brighton. Chris was found guilty of operating a vehicle carelessly. He was assessed a fine of £250, expenses of £1,450, and six points against his driving record. Although he continued to drive after the incident, his driving abilities have come under fire on social media. This is because recent video shows him struggling to park his pricey Rolls Royce in London.
With his present husband, who prefers to maintain a low profile, Eubank believes he has finally found “the one.” The lady Eubank is currently married to, he claimed in an interview with Piers Morgan, has zero desire to be in the spotlight. Along with that, he added that they were ecstatic.
Chris Eubank Family
Chris Eubank and his first wife, Karron, have four kids together.
Sebastian, Emily, Chris Jr., and Joseph, their youngest son, are his children. The oldest of four kids, Chris Jr.
Due to a recent personal tragedy, Chris has been having a terrible time. The year before he died away, his second-oldest son Sebastian, 29, suffered a heart attack while taking in the Dubai sunset. It was a tragic conclusion for the family. Raheem, Chris’ grandson, had just entered the world at the age of 32 days.
On the anniversary of his son’s death, Chris recently released pictures of Raheem and himself having a good time. He recently discussed the passing of his son while doing so.
Chris Eubank Net Worth
A rough estimate of Chris Eubank’s net worth in the US is thought to be around $500,000.00.
You should be aware that Eubank filed for bankruptcy in 2009 if you think that amount is minimal for someone of his prominence.
He made over half a million dollars after going bankrupt by providing match commentary and engaging in numerous other boxing-related side businesses. But there’s also another aspect of Eubank’s development to take into account. He retired from boxing and went bankrupt before starting his career in the fashion industry in 2010. He started creating custom suits for the Savile Row business Cad and the Dandy.
He earned 45 victories during his boxing career, including 23 knockouts, five defeats, and two draws. As the Olympic Boxing Team’s trainer in Angola, Eubank is currently engaged in some work there. Additionally, he is getting Chris Eubank Jr., a professional boxer, ready.